For ministers

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Introducing care navigation

We are excited to introduce care navigation, a new feature of the Medical Plan for members in the PPO, EPO, or HDHP. Starting April 1, care navigation provides you with your own personal support team to guide you on your healthcare journey.

Read more about care navigation

Where's my ID card?

You should not have received new medical or prescription drug ID cards in December unless you newly elected coverage, changed options, or added eligible family members for 2022. Otherwise, you should keep your current cards and continue using them into the new year. 

Assistance Program access expanded to serve more

For many ministers, personal matters, such as financial planning and student debt, often take a back seat to serving the Church. New this year, Minister Debt Relief helps ministers pay down debt — and achieve greater financial well-being — through financial planning and a grant of up to $10,000. Assistance is available to eligible members, spouses, and surviving spouses participating in the Benefits Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). See if you qualify.

A new year of Call to Health is underway

Call to Health is back for a new year of activities to help you be your best by focusing on the four key dimensions of wholeness: spiritual, health, financial, and vocational. Get started today!

Using your benefits

​Explore information and resources that can help you better understand and use your benefits.

COVID-19 and your benefits
Benefits guidance
Life events
Forms
Benefits documents
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Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

We are taking tangible, intentional steps to ensure a workplace culture that inspires a sense of belonging. And we are continuing to actively engage throughout the Church to ensure access to benefits plans and programs that provide wholeness.

We're here to help.